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Old 10-11-2008, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default Feature on one of our own in Corvette Magazine

Cliff Barratt (LoTu5) spent a lot of time getting help from folks and sharing his work on this forum as he rebuilt his '90 415 over in the UK.

He also "took me in" when I spent a year over there in 2003.

THere is a nice feature on him and another "Zed" R-1 owner across the pond in this months Corvette Magazine
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is it the actual Corvette Magazine or Corvette Fever or which one.. (which month)
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Its "Corvette Magazine" December 2008 issue (never have figured out how they date these things). Page 50, the article is "Getting Bored" and features Cliff and Alan Voak.
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Thanks for the heads up Tony.
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Thanks for the heads up Tony.
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Thanks for bringing that to my attention Tony, I nearly forgot about the article, I've just read it online, and will try to get a copy this side of the pond. As for the car I've been using it as a daily driver and ironing out some of the smaller issues. I was going to buy a second car but I'm enjoying the flexibilty of the LT5.


Note; The report was not totally accurate, as is normal when things are being relayed 2nd or 3rd hand. Marc Haibeck did not comment on the chip as per article, myself and other ZR-1 Owners in the UK came to that conclusion when hooking up to the relevant software, I consequently ordered the chip from Haibecks. Whilst rebuilding the motor and using other services in America I found they remained professional at all times and did not comment on the past engines issues.
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